My Approach to Helping
You may be thinking about coming to therapy because you are feeling stuck, whether in your career, your relationships, or your beliefs about yourself and what is possible for you. Therapy can help by giving you space to better understand your story and the patterns that may be holding you back. As a therapist, I approach each session with openness and curiosity and provide a safe environment where you have the freedom to be curious about yourself and your experiences.
More Info About My Practice
I work well with artists and especially enjoy helping people navigate life transitions, such as changes in career or relationships, becoming a parent, or adjusting to loss. My experience is in college counseling, crisis intervention, and outpatient clinics, where I have worked with people from many different backgrounds.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
My background is in acting, and I love that therapy is a creative, collaborative process. Each person comes to therapy with unique expectations, feelings, and experiences and we work together to understand them in new ways. Although you may think of therapy as a place to share your most painful experiences, it is also a place to find and celebrate strength and resiliency. I believe in the importance of working holistically, and I look forward to talking with you about what helps you feel your best outside the therapy room, whether it's your art, mindfulness practices, exercise, or something else.